Template:Infobox concert tour

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Usage[change | edit source]

{{Infobox concert tour
| concert_tour_name = 
| image             = 
| image_size        = 
| landscape         = 
| alt               = 
| image_caption     = 
| artist            = 
| location          = 
| type              = 
| album             = 
| start_date        = <!-- {{Start date|YYYY|MM|DD}} -->
| end_date          = <!-- {{End date|YYYY|MM|DD}} -->
| number_of_legs    = 
| number_of_shows   = 
| URL               = <!-- {{URL|example.com}} -->
| last_tour         = 
| this_tour         = 
| next_tour         = 
| Misc              = 
}}

Parameters[change | edit source]

Parameter Explanation
concert_tour_name The name of the tour. This field is mandatory.
image An image illustrative of the tour, sufficiently clear for display at 220 pixels' width. Set to only the image name, e.g. Example.jpg, not File:Example.jpg or [[File:Example.jpg|220px|abc]]. Non-free images must meet Wikipedia's non-free content criteria.
image_size The image size should only be specified if the image is smaller than 220 pixels width. Enter the width in pixels without "px", for example 150. Size for landscape images should be 250.
landscape Set to yes when using wide, short images. The image height (rather than width) will be limited to 200 pixels.
border Inserting yes here will result in a 1px grey border around the image, useful for instances where the image and the background will blend together (such as a concert poster with a white background). If no border is necessary, this parameter should not be used.
alt Alternative text for the image, for visually impaired and other readers who cannot see the image.
image_caption A caption for the image.
artist The name of the artist(s) or organization(s) holding the tour. Use internal links to link to the artist/organization's article.
location The location(s) of where the tour took place (ex: cities, states, countries, continents). Avoid unnecessarily long lists: If a tour covered multiple continents, or many cities across the same continent, simply name the continents (ex: North America, Europe, Australia). If it covered just a few countries or states, name them (ex: United States, United Kingdom or California, Arizona). Only list specific cities for very short tours covering only a few cities.
type The type of tour (ex: World, Free, Benefit, Festival, Promotional, Revival, Reunion, etc.). The word "tour" will automatically be added after the type (ex: entering "World" will result in "World tour").
album If the tour is associated with a specific album, then name the album. Use a wikilink to link to the album's article.
start_date The date when the tour began, usually the date of the first performance of the tour. Use {{Start date|YYYY|MM|DD}}, replacing YYYY with the year, MM with the numerical month, and DD with the day (ex: {{Start date|2010|08|13}}).
end_date The date when the tour ended, usually the date of the final performance of the tour. Use {{End date|YYYY|MM|DD}}.
number_of_legs Some tours have multiple "legs", often separated by gaps of time (ex: a West coast leg and an East coast leg, or a North American leg and a European leg). If so, enter the number of legs. If the tour consisted of one continuous string of dates, leave this field blank.
number_of_shows The total number of shows on the entire tour.
URL The single web address for the tour's primary official website. Use {{URL}} as {{URL|example.com}}.
last_tour The artist or organization's previous tour, followed by a <br /> and the tour's year(s) in parentheses. If there was no previous tour, leave this field blank.
this_tour The name of the current tour, in bold text, followed by a <br /> and the tour's year(s) in parentheses.
next_tour The artist or organization's next tour, followed by a <br /> and the tour's year(s) in parentheses. If the next tour has not yet been announced, leave this field blank. Avoid using placeholder text like "TBA" or "N/A".
budget The budget for the tour, if known. Use templates to link to specific currencies, for example {{US$}}.
gross The total gross revenue for the tour, if known.
Misc If a tour features multiple headlining artists, {{Extra tour chronology}} may be used here to create separate chronologies for each artist.

Examples[change | edit source]

PopMart Tour

An example image
World tour by U2
Location North America, Europe, South America, Oceania, Asia, Africa
Associated album Pop
Start date April 25, 1997 (1997-04-25)
End date March 21, 1998 (1998-03-21)
Legs 5
Shows 93
U2 tour chronology
Zoo TV Tour
(1992–1993)
PopMart Tour
(1997–1998)
Elevation Tour
(2001)
{{Infobox concert tour
| concert_tour_name = PopMart Tour
| image             = Example.png
| alt               = 
| image_caption     = An example image
| artist            = [[U2]]
| location          = [[North America]], [[Europe]], [[South America]], [[Oceania]], [[Asia]], [[Africa]]
| type              = World
| album             = ''[[Pop (U2 album)|Pop]]''
| start_date        = {{Start date|1997|04|25}}
| end_date          = {{End date|1998|03|21}}
| number_of_legs    = 5
| number_of_shows   = 93
| last_tour         = [[Zoo TV Tour]]<br />(1992–1993)
| this_tour         = '''PopMart Tour'''<br />(1997–1998)
| next_tour         = [[Elevation Tour]]<br />(2001)
}}

Microformat[change | edit source]

The HTML mark up produced by this template includes an hCalendar microformat, which makes the event details parsable by computers, either acting automatically to catalogue articles across Wikipedia, or via a browser tool operated by a person, to (for example) add the subject to a calendar or diary application. For more information about the use of microformats on Wikipedia, please see the microformat project on English Wikipedia.

Sub-templates[change | edit source]

Dates will only be included if you use {{Start date}} or {{End date}} (use the former for single dates; but do not use any of these if the date is before 1583 CE).

URLs will only be included if you use {{URL}}.

Please do not remove instances of these sub-templates.

Classes[change | edit source]

hCalendar uses HTML classes including:

  • attendee
  • contact
  • description
  • dtend
  • dtstart
  • location
  • organiser
  • summary
  • url
  • vevent

Please do not rename or remove these classes; nor collapse nested elements which use them.